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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 August 1873

n V I' V, It, 1 . a C . 7 Vol. XXIX. This unrivalled Mrrftcin U warranted do! to eoutain aintrle partic-l of anad'uY or bay Injurious mineral auuatanoe, bat ia PURELY VEGETABLE, containing iboM Southern llopt ul Herb, Whlcb aa all-wise Providence- baa (laced la Cnaatrtea whereLiver DUum mml prevail, fa will Ion Mil BMaM . by ItorMirmrat a tvoev Th hf MI'iOMs of Liver Complaint are a alitor or ba4 Uste in tlia OMitnhi faiu in th sack, ntdra or Jolnl, ofu-n mistaken for Kheu- wilimi Hoe a rroMc; Loa of Appetite; Bowel lrnteW v(1t and laxi Headache: Loeeof Baetnorr , with painful arnaation of bavin- tailed to do NiiKlliiai wbira ought to w imhi aua Ueollily, Lwnpirns, a mica y-llow anpraraiica of rha Skiu anl fcyea, a dry xth oileu UliaUikea fr Coluiluuptiun. Dunw. Mna) maav of I ban Mnptuius atu-nd the dis ease, at ethers very Irw j but Ilia Lives, tke aararew orm lb ma do-it. M generally uw aoaa of taodlaea. and if not teaai(ef In ttia. Tea tcHniu, wroiclwxlaaaa aud DKXtUwilX oaaue. ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 August 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. W .OATKI, 1 nriKDO UOXf c Iditars. II. Il JACKSON, SATURDAY, AUG. 0, 1;7X STATE NEWS. Tbe residence of Wm. Fox, near Milton, KtttbenorJ coantyv was destroyed by fire a few days ago. "Tbere wero tLrcc doatho from cholera, iu Murfrocbboro on Fri day, July 23tb. Trenton, for the third time, has voted $60,000 subscription to the Tennessee Central railroad. The Huntingdon Republican be lieves the late ruing bave about made tbe early corn. The Bolivar Bulletin reports crops in Ilardoman county greatly improved by recent rains. They bave recently bad a little touch of cholera at Winchester, Franklin county. - Dr. Jas. B. Murfree, in answer to calls, Las consented to serve as Mayor of Marffeesboro, if elected, though he does iot sttek office. The Paris Intelligencer of the 31st of July says a mad dog . was killed six miles from thai, place a few days ago. f. ... f- A store house at Gardner, in Weakly county, the property of Dr. Saudek, of Nanhvillo, was destroy ed by fi...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 August 1873

PENDLETON & KEITH, Manufacturing Chemista, aucyRfctail D gale is and Jobbers in Drugs, Medicines, icM Jackgoii, Xenn, r V. if 7 y 'r-mwim Local. ItOfiT. ; Vit, ;K.ii IMilor, ftett '1 nil'- Trains if .i'lif N I. . lt.H. .i li. Mail 1 r .in l-:ir 'IV-' i Tr-nii. ifolnir -iii'!-, , Mail Tr'.i v y i M I :! t . "t.TS p. .11:.!-'. p. . . ... !':" a. rn. i. -...l':p. m. itw run through t 0 .M ilc. - - - I....-- - v ,;.-!. ' KiT :;ai. Mail in ..Sit fur r?ii.n-'.Mt." Ixavin J.-.c.k-ml.Telin Kiim train for If umboldt : 3.M p. m. l,esves.l:i.-kou. Tenii..... . . "dOa. in. 1 t.oao i:iin go nJ Tin t her than IT im.boMt. Mail train lor . Orlo.na ... -l.e.vei JwkMtn.TMnnn H. a. m. J1". 1 1 tk train for New Orleans, . Ijiavcs Jauason. Tenn - 11 A' p.m. fMtnlc .llccliagi of Ja(k.. JaiCXVON ffjMM IMPKY, No. 13. John sJlie-AUr". Eminent Commander,: J. ' 0. &nnti, Art-order. .Me, oa lb. 3.1 Mon day nifiit tif each innntii. W i!.: J. eiuiih. Jr., Soc'y., Mei-U 4ib Friday u-w-li month.- , ST. J.t...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 9 August 1873

Oil ! A Mjslrry. The rivers flow, The breezes blow. The flow en grow, Tlii-Hiin-i.-tH (;li,vv -But why, I truly il ti..t know. OurdebU we owe, And there ! snow, A nil herring' roe, And heavy Houah Unt why, I truly do not know. We're grs to mow, ' And caih to show, And thiurs to know. And wallet to ga Hui why. I tnily do not know. We've many a toe, And one bit' toe. And 1U fel-low, A Ud rows to hoe But why, I truly do not know. Oh! London Fun. Cheer Him. A fireman was once etriviog to save a person in danger of perish in if 4 ii a burning ' Louse, but 5 the names leaped but of the windows ami beat him back,- .'He'll never do it!' cried one. 'He'll bave to eome down!' 'Cheer hi ml',, shouted an other, nod in it moment three stir ring hurrahs went up frota the crowd. 1 it nerved tho - man's arm and ; strengthened Lis spirit. It quickened his-- movements, and in another luinuU he bore the child down iu safety to its mother'ii arms. What a power is in that cheering! So it often is with t...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 August 1873

M THi-4 iinriTMcil UriUcine U warranty's boI r .nrnlri m niimln ,Mrtu'U f MkkcI'ky or uy 1nlM!n..a 1 I . . . ... 1 I . PURELY VEGETABLE, ronUlninl ttioM Southern Knots anil Hi-rb. wblrh an all-wise, l'ronilene. liu plao-d in ri.imiri4-4Whrrrl.ivw lilei-r moat prevail, ft will 'Mr Mil IMaeaara eaa 4 jr J'rr'iiirmmt of tin lrr. The Si M I'TOMS of l.lvrr Complaint are tilttrr or had Wstr in thr momh; Pain ill th Mark, Hlilr or Jolnla, ofti-u mistaken for Rheu matism; Nnuii Mofii i.can hi Aps-nie; Downs altrrnairiv miiv aii'i ii nwu.ii Iol mrim.rr. "with a nainful aensation o having- lailml to do anmethin; whleh ought to Dave l.efll tlofir; D.MIiiy, low niiims, a nm a yellow appearance of the Skin and Eye, a dry Cough often mistaken for Coinuniilion. Some time manv nf thrae srmptonui ailrmi the tila raxn, at other very trw but the I.ivkh, th largest orxaa in the body, la generally thr seat or in illaeaar, anl II iu-kuimwi in nmr KTrM M-ffrrlnf, wretrhcilnes and DKATH will ennue. TkKOml ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 August 1873

WHIG AND TKIBUNE. w. (: ati., l U. CI. WIHOU1, I dilnrs. JACKW.X, SATLTKI) i. 1ST! TAK XOTIC'i:. In buying out tlie PL iixlealer office, we secured tis gool a job pi ess as can be fouml in Tenuetwe1, and we have now on hnii'l a lare lot of utationery just received from Cincinnati, and we will do job work at the very lowest rate. Don't mil to call on n before yon let out your work. So office shall nnderbid ns, or do a better grade of work. As fast as possible, we will in crease our laciutie in tiiis line, anu we are determined to make the Whio and Tbibcne oiBce better and more valuable than it has been since its ex istence. STATE NEWS. C. W. Champion was last week elected sheriff of Hamilton county, in place of J. C. Conner, deceased. A sulphur well of excellent wa ter, has bwen discovered in Wil- . liamson county, near iirentwood Weakly county,, on a small vote, refused by a.' majority of 593, to vote addUtonal school tax. The Fair of the colored people of Maury county will be held ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 August 1873

PENDLETON ,& KEITH, Manufacturing Chemists, and Retail Dealers and Jobbers in Drugs, Medicines, &c, Jackson, Tenn. Sr-F.ri.LiJSD Local. ri a. . K. R. Trains - ;'iK N Mail 1 rin Express Tr' Trmn "'"' M '. Mall Tr i ' ..' Kr- - Tr-.'.. -., Yt I and t i. '!... .. .3:33 p. ra. ..lira.") p. in. . . : 1(V V) a.m 1 ':". p. m hspre. run through -I f I kvtk.u. limn. Mall Train for Humtrtl.lt, leaves Jackson. Ten n Ktiire.. tmtn for HnmrmMt 3:40 p. m. Leave -lick win. Tenn 7:10 .m 'J hese trains eo no further than HninbolJt. Mall train lor N. Cleans Leave. 4-rkon,Tenn 10:80 a. m. lKxire- trnin fnr Vewllrleans, Leiv.s .luckson. Tenn 11:85 p.m '.nnle IVTe.tiair of JackMa. XaCKWX Costm iXnur; No. 13. John 5hr-tr. Kmingnt Commanders J. C. Smith. Recorder. Meets on tbe 8d Mod tiny night of curb month. lPVOV IiWik NO. 4r. A. V. M- J. fr. Smith. Jr., See'y., Friday rj:b month R. Jones. MeeU 4tb St. loriN'n lxTG, No. 834 J. C. W:M.;oeorto . Hushed. Sec'y lt. U.nd.iy vscb month. (., erts f'l.I...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 16 August 1873

THE CHILDREN'S CHURCH. ' BV J. t kEICMAN CLAUKK. rue hell of I lit liurclir are nnjfins I'apa ami iii:ui:i uave liolh oiie Anil three little children i-it Kinging Together thin mill Hunilay morn. While the hell toll uway in the uteeplc, Though too sm.ill to it still In a pew, Theste biny religious sum II prople Determined lo have thiir church, too. So, an free ai the birds, or the 6reczr, By which their f.iir ringlet ar fanned, Each rogue ulng away as he plousea, With book upile dawn in hi band. Their hymn has no seue in iu letter, Their musiu no rhythm nor tune; Our wor.hip, perhnpH, may be better But THKIBB reaches God quite at oon. Their angels tand clone to the Father; His heaven i made bright by these flow er: And the dear God above u would rather Hear praise from their lips than from our. Sing on, little children your voices 'ill the air with contentment and love; All nature around you rejoice, And the birds warble sweetly above. Ring on for the proudest orations, The liturgie...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 August 1873

1 This anrivalled Mtxlletne la warranted not to ontmia single particle of If bbcobt or anv Injurious mineral .ubstaooe, but is PURELY VEGETABLE, eontalnlnc those flomhern Roots and Herbs, wakii an all-wise l'rovicleaoe haa placed la Countries whereLiver Dlaeaeea most evail. la will 4'eirw ell nueasea ea a-el ley iMneMBiraterike I er. The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a titter or bad Uata la the mouth; fain la the Hack, Sides or Joints, often mistaken for bbeu netlenei Sooa Mtohich; Loss of Apoetite; Sila alt-rn.f v co.(iva and laxi HeaUar-he; lm( memory, with a painful eeaaation of fcaviiir lailetl So do something whlcb ought to fcave been done) IJeullitv, Low (spirits, a Ulrk yellow appMrenoe of the Skin and Krea, a lrv ejouerh often miauku ror Coneauiption. Some times many of theaa symptom attend the die aee, at others very fewj but the Livaa. the . lariceet oran la the bady. 1 generally the eeat mjt to disease, and if not ItKulated In time, srraat sesTeriog, wretchedness and OK...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 August 1873

WHIG AND 'IKlIiUiNli. W. W. i Ti.V, ATI-:. 1 tll:ito,V t IttOO l, I editor. 0. 11. V .JACKriO:, SATIMU) H, 173. STATE NEWS. Gov. Brown w:n po far recover, ed from recent illness, as to vis it Nashville ThurmJny of last week. Mr. Win. Home, acd 00 years, died at L.M residence nix miles South of l'aris, on tlie llih iosf. Tho Xithbvilld Uniou saya the Post oflieo money order business in that city, amounts to about $700,000 annually. Tbe Bulletin wants a fifty or a hundred thousand dollar bank at Bolivar. That paper Rays such a bank would make money. The Mnrfreesboro news eaya the fetock in the Nashville and Chatta nooga railroad has been "watered" from $1,800,000, to $0,400,000. Capt. Iluzh Lawson Whito Lit tle, of Shclbyville, died at llurri can Springs, Middle Tennessee last week. Young Austin, who killed his father in Lauderdale county last week, upon a preliminary trial, was acquitted, as the act was pure ly one of Helf-defeneo. There is to bo a convention a Stato convention of th...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 August 1873

PENDLETON & KEITH, Manufacturing Chemists, and Retail Dealers and Jobbers in Drugs, Medicines, &c, Jackson, Tenn. i K 1 " ) 14 f w ' Special and Local. BOUT.. GATRS, IcnJ Alitor. New Tim Tl Train. (rMn Norlb, Mail Train Kvnress Tr-in iff. A O. R. B. ...1kM p. ..11:35 p. Train, rmn South,.; s t 10..m. Exnr Train llAip.m. r?r- Both Mail and Express run through to Mobile. " -' ' : ' M1SSI68LPPI CENTttAL- ROAD. Mail Trln for Humboldt, Leave Jackson. Tenn., . . .... 3:40 p. m. Hxpress train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., :iu a.n. These train go no furtheithan Humboldt. ..-, ar.u iMin inr W. Orleans .lafkson.Tenn... .'. . . 10:30 a. m. express train for Sew Orleans, Leave. Jackson. Tenn 11:33 p.m Masonic Meet me of Jaetnn 13. John , Chester. Eminent Commander.; J. t- ai.K t,w Meet, on the 3a Mon day Bight of each month. . --!,- i..w iatuix Vrt. !!. -A. B. Jones, 7 . i n iimiih Jr . Sec'v.. Meets 4th Friday each month. , - 382 J. C. Pybss, w air nnr-ir n.-Htiffhes. 8eeT. Meet...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 23 August 1873

. - . C - .'' - - - - - . ...... J. . . ..... ; J . . JLa 1 iu .xl. - in i i r-yfit Deferred Editorials. Cincinnati Advertisements;' From St. Louis. LIVERY AND SALE STABLES. THE PLACE TO BUY Jaa. W. Anderson. Tho. B. Anderson. Ni ll P. Anderson. .. A Retort. Dunns the war of 1812, it was tbo misfortune of nnnv American officers to be prisoner in Canada, and not always to meet with the best of treatment. True, they were physically well attended to, and gen erally mesHod with their captors; but they were subjected to gibes and mortifying remarks which not unfrequently culled forth a Roland for an Oliver. On one of these oc casions, (it watt just afier the flight of the President from Washington, and before the news of his safety had reach Quebec,) an English offi cer gave the insulting toast, under the circumstances: "Mr. Madison, dead or alive." Words cannot express the indig nation of the American officers, nor their surprise when they saw a pris oner rise from his chair, returning ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 August 1873

n i i iiiii mf Thf unrtvaUfHl MIIine M wurrnnU'J not to -tnliiln a hi nt?I pwtirle of MnitcCiiT or auy uijuruma nuneriu miiMum, uui ia PURELY VEGETABLE, containing those Somhrrn Hoots and Herbs, which an all-wine Provltlonoe. has placed in countries where Liver IOaeare most lirevail. It will Curt all Iles caused by ler-nreinciit or too iver. The SYMI'TOMS of (.Ivor Complaint are a hitter or bail Ul in the moulh; fain in the Hack, Sides or Joints, often niltak- n tor Ulien- matlxm; Hock mtoxaciij low oi Apwuiej Bowels alternately coative anil lux: Headache; Loaa of memory, with a painful sensation of having tailed to (Jo somellitiig wnirn oukiii io Jiave been done; ucoillty, lowniiri, a lines Yellow aimearaiice of the Skin nnii Kyes, a dry I uiiRb olien mistaken for Consumption. .Some times iriaey OI lliese SJ uipLOlus intend mo eiiae, at olhersvery few; but the Livkk, the largest ortfan in the body, in generally the seat of the disease, and if not Iteguinted In time. Ifreat aefferin...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 August 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUNE. W. V. GATIII, 1 'A:I KltO,V Idilors. j.vcic.so"v, sa.tit.ua . a ; is;:'.. STATE HEWS. DclvalL county I'uir, at Alexan dria, commence on the 21th and ends on tho 27th of .September. Tho Konn Iron works at Cbuttu nooi, employ five hundred per sons. The Warren county Fair, at Jle Minuville, comrnenre.s on the !th of September, continuing three days. Tho Iluthorford county Fair, at Murfreesboro, commences on the 2Uh and clones on the 27th of Sep tember. The Wilson county Fair, at Leb anon, commences on tho 17th ol September, and continues through the week. Davidson county State Fair, at Nashville, commences on the 29th of September, and closes October the 10th. Paris voted alrnont unanimously last Saturday for the Cairo and TennesKOO Itiver railroad. They subscribe for $25,000 of stock. The Courier says the cholera has disappeared from Union City, and that all absentees may uow return home with safety. The Lebanon Herald announces the death of Mr. T. J. Thompson, in th...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 August 1873

Si-FfiAi, and Local. ROM!. UAW. lineal Kditor. 1'ew Tlnr Tufclc W. A- O. B. R TrMn. rnln Nor'h. Miifl Tmin t V- Expre Tnln H:W p. Trams eoine Snfh, MailTrin Hfcnym.ni. Trnln 11:35 p.m. trr r.ntn Mail una Express run through to Mobile. MHTRTrPT CENTRAL ROAD. Mail Train for Humboldt, Leaves Jackson, Tenn., 3:40 p.m. iiCxiress train for Humboldt, Leave Jackon,Tenn., 7:10 a. Thse trains go no farther than Humboldt. Mall train lor N.Orleans Leave Jackson, Tenn., 10:30 a. as. Express train for New Orleans Leaves Jackson. Tenn 11:35 pan. CI nle meti-tre -es. .TACKaow COM AlTRY, No. 13 -John tfti.tr. Kntiaent Commander.; J. C. Pmlth. Rcwnrfer. Meets oa the Sd Mon day nlgbt of each month. Jackov ltMi No. 4 V A. B. Jones. W. J. C. Smith, Jr., 6ecy., MeeU ttb Friday each month. St. John' Loixjk, No. SSi J. C Pybaa, W.M.rOeonre O. Hwrhes. fiee'y. Meet 1st Monday each month. Clito! H. A. CHAmtR, No. . B. ;fi. Harris, U. P.; A. B. lones. J. R. t'Jbnppell. 8. Meets 8d Friday each month. V ncicsoif...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 30 August 1873

SONG TO Till! SUV II RAM. The iiiminrr has itt sunbeam-', That iiiuki- the i'.irlli uw.-t hriyht With Irn-i nil.) ;rii". :inl ft.iwrrn, A in I tlwiiixn jrolili n li'tit. The autumn ha it- . niV-i'i:-, Almon an fair a Sunbemi that rip'ii l i-. i.mi fruit, Anil sil.5 tb i-iim-on leaves. And spring, when nut i''I1"-'1'"? Willi Ihn I: Kin!; of tho North, Has its own wcl.-otiie sunix-amS 'i'o call tin; vioi. ir forth. A ml w hiter tonny visage U .'onietime s ofUne(l down lij beam that make his Miowy locks Shine like a nilver crown. Hut fairer far than all cf these, The beams I mh? nrnit he; For those hut shiue for earth and time Thene for eternity. Thoie do hut beautify the world, The.se make the soul mot bright ; Those shed their ruy for sake of man, And these for angel.' Bight. (iod blesg our band of sunbeam'. May they never ceaie to shine ! Plied by a ilght that neer fails The light of Grace Divine. Oriental Pearls. Religion on (he tongne, and self in the heart, ia the way of the worl...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 September 1873

This unrivalled Mfllcine I warranted Bol to oobIuIh a siwrle particle of MsaclRir or any Injurious mineral substance, but is PURELY VEGETABLE, conuilning those Sonthwe RaoU and TlerlM, wh", h an .11-wwe .'rovi.lence ha. placed coun"rle. where Liver I.lxe. niosf i-revail It will ' - ""'d T fr. The SYMITOMS of l.lver Complaint are . Cl.i .a-r. in .- month: Pain In the Sack Sides or Joints, often mistaken f-.r Kheu- lXr ffttfr or had Us'e IS mat u . , " . .. 'with - UMlnftll Ooio K nUHlaten for (:nu.i,don one .eVm.ny of these symptom. .Ue n d I be uls ae, at ihers very few; but Uw Liv, the Unrest oriran in the body, to generally the seat Zti2?dS. and if not H"l 'SSh rTtl :: imqi " - Twla ami rfa.H WMCIFIC wlU Mt tea rM tJB.BteBn.B.t. For DVSPKPI A. CONSTIPATIOV Jsnn .i Rillnao attack. SICK. HBADAtbt, Colic. Ienrrua of Spirits, SOCR STOil AC1I, Heart Burn, 4c., o . SIMIOSS'LIYEa KGUliTQa, 0.,IBICH. Is the Cheaiest, Purest and Best Family Medl- in the world I MANCFACTClUro OULT BV J. II ...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 September 1873

WHIG AND TRIBUHE. jditors. DO CA Ml. It OX,) JACKSON, SATURDAY. PKPT.6, IZ. STATE NEWS. The McKenzie Times announces tho death of Mrs. Mary Denny, aged 70. Our neighboring town of Hum boldt claims to have 3500 popula tion. The Memphis Avalanche has been enlarged, and now shows good size. Tho first annual Fair of Stewart county will be held at Dover, com menting Tuesday, October 14th. Capt. Ben. S. Nicklin, of Chatta nooga, foil dead a few days ago, from apoplexy. Mr. John G. Finnie, formerly of the Memphis bar, died at Lancas ter, Ky., on Friday 22d inst. The Times says more grass seed will be sown in the neighborhood of McKcnzio this fall than in any preceding season. All first class freights have been reduced between New York and Nashville, from $1 10 per hundred to 70 cents per hundred pounds. The Merchant's National Bank of Memphis, has decided to with draw from business, and will at once close its business. Mrs. Anthony Dibbrell, the moth er of Uen. Goo. G. Dibbrell, died at he...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 September 1873

PENDLETON & KEITH, Manufacturing Chemists, and RetailDealers ana Jobbers inSDrugs, Medicines, c, Jacksou, Term. 1 v 4D Local. New I lu' Trin t- 'nz N Mail 1 jin . . Kxpr Tr-' Ttoih " Mail T Kvn r f t r.Mii, m to il .l.ilH. . .' i: . It. li. i. n. m ir.3s p. m t ':"-" p. m I mi l Kxi-rf T'in through V. : -I.'-sU'l'f 'KNTiiAI. i:;. D. Mvl Train for Humboldt, lavrw .Tackon,Tenn., 3:40 p. m ifixnres trxln for Humboldt, lnvc-i JwkMMi.Tran 7:10 a.m Thce train co no further than Humboldt. Mall train for N. OrUvin Leave .lackaon.Tenn.,. ... JCrpreas train for New Orleans, Leaves Jackxon. Tenn , 10:30 a. m . 11:85 p.m .tlasanlc llftinr sf Jckwn. .'Ar-trsox Commasdry, No. 13. John . . 1. . . T- . T C. 'it--Tr. r.minrui, Jiiiitin- ., . Smith. Harder. Meets on the 8d Mon day night of each month. Iift.i, 1 j-irw. No. 4.1. A. B. Jono W. M.: J. C. Smith, Jr., Secy., Meet tb Friday CHco month. St mva ljnr.w. Nr.. 832 J. C. Pvbaa W.M -ieoroe O. Hughes. Sec'y. Mer-ta tut Momlay ch month. (U .v--i...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Whig and tribune. — 6 September 1873

suNsirr. We call material thU fjir world of ours, And o It win to gross nmterial ey", 'liat no 1.4-Tiity in psrlir loret Dowers, .No liraveiily !.pleii.liir in li. r un-et i.ki, But are there not in y:u!rr '.".rmi wene, X beauty and fri:indi'ur n-t ot earth? A glory breaking from yon Wotidy screen Reveallnif to the oul its nobler birth? Can thin matei Ul such I air forms assume, Ami thin delight ami iliannthe human lointi' Or doth the Spirit wilh it riyn illume Their Innio-t depths, from matter now fined, That man may Uhh with it communion hold. a n,l ip.vn ct higher tUlnits than sense has toll!? - ' ' FOR LEASE. MY Farm In Mirid Kind, . the Mi.-l6ll!'i i:vr, f Fruin St. Louis. '1 Here are v in ......tmnmur iirm rt-it. II iswt-t )ire hijrh wut, mtxcl anil, ami u iii iveriu.i' bale -uin M-r acre, auit corn. irrain. efc---. nmch as any land. filer UTS I will liaSe lor a mm 01 yearn 10 a nt. Ajvlj- at ll.lsolliee, or lotlieundcniDtfeu. W. Jl. TOLtB, No. :, Madison street, aug-lMf. Memp...

Publication Title: Whig And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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